Reducing Nuclear Danger

Amidst the complexity of international relations which dominated by the dynamics of traditional and the non-traditional security issues, the United Nations General Assembly in accordance with the United Nations Charter (Chapter IV) plays a key role to maintain international peace and security. One of the non-traditional issues which urgently should be discussed is the proliferation of nuclear weapons as a tool within the international politics which constitute catastrophic dangers that could jeopardize mankind and breach the United Nations Charter. Yet, nuclear power provides a promising alternative for member states in managing their energy supply in the future. However, the abuse of its utilization as a political and security tool should be questioned by the international community. Fully alarmed by the proliferation of nuclear weapons which eventually could threaten the stability of international politics and lead to the security dilemma, the General Assembly shall work effectively to discuss the reduction of nuclear danger which possess ethical and humanitarian imperatives. Moreover, the General Assembly shall find the best nuclear armament mechanism, improve the verification regime, address the key challenges, develop the complete elimination of nuclear weapons, identify the role of nuclear-weapon States, and accommodate the Member States proposals regarding the measures taken to completely disarm and eliminate nuclear weapons. The General Assembly shall become the multiplier force to settle the issues.

SG Report

Organisation of Work

Provisional Agenda

First Report of the General Committee